mickygray316 Posted January 25, 2007 Share Posted January 25, 2007 Very true, and I think this is the key reason why we should be reducing tickets to a price that is so good value that people can't resist going to the football on Ewood. I'm a firm believer in the fact that many fans stay away from Ewood simply because so many others do. Nobody likes watching football in a half empty stadium and we all know that even if the game itself is a drab affair, the banter and the atmosphere inside a stadium can make up the difference. A reduction in ticket prices is a brilliant start by the club and I applaude John Williams for having the balls to make this stance, but there is a long way to go. Price is just part of the issue in my opinion. Small adjustments to the Ewood experience need to be made to make sure our atmosphere is more unique and not merely a run-of-the-mill overcommercialised cheesy mess. Get rid of the drummer(s), turn the music down (or better still turn it OFF) and let's move the kids away from what's supposed to be our cauldron of support - The Blackburn End. Like I've said so many times, let's put the cameras on the Riverside so when we're on TV everybody can see we have a superb stadium that is bouncing! I have loads of ideas and I hope slowly but surely they will be implemented. I reckon it will be even cheaper than that for a season-ticket holder. £250 in ALL AREAS would see a massive cause of interest. I agree with all of the above. excellent ideas Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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